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Members of Parliament have recently emphasised that the UK government needs to improve the rate of progress in energy storage by creating the correct policy framework to support its development. Figure: A UK battery storage project in Somerset At the Energy Storage and Connected Systems event in London, the shadow minister for energy and climate
-> Continue reading UK Government urged to increase support towards energy storage development across Britain
Back in 2016, over three-quarters of a million electric vehicles were sold worldwide, bringing the global electric vehicle market to in excess of two million vehicles. With growing environmental pressures, the leading car manufacturers are transforming their business to include a significant focus on developing a range of electric vehicles. For example, Volvo has announced
-> Continue reading The outlook for electric vehicles and the future of the automobile industry
Growing population and surging energy demands in China have resulted in high demands for alternative energy sources and innovative ways of how energy is both consumed and managed in the region. Figure: China is making significant steps to improve its urban regions and integrate the energy industry with clean, alternative methods of generating energy. China
-> Continue reading High energy demand in China is pushing the need for new smart energy startups
Abandoned mine sites across the UK are being sought after as potential sites for developing giant battery facilities, with capabilities of responding to grid demands instantly. The UK based startup Gravitricity has just recently received £650,000 grant from Innovate UK based on its plans to utilise abandoned mine shafts to develop massive battery infrastructure. The
-> Continue reading UK business aims to convert abandoned mines into energy storage sites
Vestas Wind Systems A/S is expanding its business focus to offer solar energy and battery storage systems. Vestas, the biggest turbine developer in the world aims to sell hybrid renewable facilities that will be capable of generating energy consistently 24 hours a day. The Chief Executive Officer, Anders Runevad believes the move in focus is
-> Continue reading World’s largest wind turbine manufacturer expands it focus to solar and battery systems
Simply Energy has announced it will launch smart meters to half a million households across Australia after recently signing a new agreement with Landis and Gyr’s subsidiary intelliHUB. The energy supplier business told Australian media that the new meters are digital and are completely different to the conventional existing meters. The digital meters allow for
-> Continue reading Announcement: Simply Energy to roll out 500,000 smart meters
Tesla has a made a series of developments within the energy storage market in Australia recently. However, this latest project proposal may overshadow all previous exploits. Tesla intends to install solar and powerwalls across 50 000 households, creating the largest virtual power plant in the world. Tesla’s recent focus has been on delivering the 100MW/129MWh
-> Continue reading Tesla plans to create the largest virtual power plant in the world
Wind industry professionals are being recruited by Ørsted to work on the world’s biggest offshore wind farm located in Grimsby. Ørsted has recently announced a significant campaign to hire approximately 75 new wind turbine technicians to assist in the development, operation, and maintenance of the huge Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm. All new employees
-> Continue reading Ørsted announces large recruitment drive for wind turbine technicians
Moixa has secured five million investment from Japanese firm Itochu Corporation, a deal that will secure its access to rapidly developing Japanese market. CEO, Simon Daniel of Moixa Moixa, which specialises in energy storage technology is focused on expanding its developments worldwide after confirming its agreement to launch its GridShare platform to the wider Japanese
-> Continue reading UK based energy storage startup Moixa secure £5m investment
The Electric vehicle market is progressing rapidly with leading companies jostling for position within the growing industry. Whilst relatively slow to take to the market, companies such as Mercedes, VW and BMW have picked up the pace and have put in a place a series of battery production plans. Tesla, Nissan and GM continue to
-> Continue reading Competition increasing for electric vehicle battery sites in Europe